Early Fall Season – Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report – (10.8.19)

Anticipated changes for winter flow on the Snake River:
October 1 through Mid-October – maintain about 480 cfs
Mid October – go to 280 cfs for the rest of the winter.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department Fisheries Crew will be electrofishing the Snake River next week on Monday (7th), Tuesday (8th), and Thursday (10th) to conduct a trout population estimate on the stretch upstream of Wilson Bridge. We will be starting our survey near the R Lazy S ranch and continuing down to Wilson Bridge.

Sorry for any inconvenience, and please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns

Best,

Clark Johnson

Fisheries Biologist

Wyoming Game and Fish Department

420 N. Cache
P.O. Box 67

Jackson, WY  83001

(307) 249-5804
clark.johnson@wyo.gov

The Snake is stable, clear and fishing well! Discharge from Jackson Lake Dam has been settled at 495 cfs. With the arrival of fall and some recent cool and overcast weather, Mahoganies, Baetis and Snake Drakes are going to be the go to bugs. Look for dry dropper rigs to remain productive on sunny warm days with Goldens, Chernobyls and Hopper imitations paired with tungsten jig styled droppers. Small dry fly fishing has still been good with fish with fish now moving out of riffles and banks and more into eddies, seamlines and tailouts. Throwing streamers during low light periods can produce some surprises. Fall on the Snake is not to be missed.

Snake River Fishing Report

 

Snake River Fishing Resources:

Snake River Fishing Regulations – Page 23

Grand Teton National Park Fishing Page

Grand Teton National Park Fishing Rules

Purchase your Wyoming Fishing License Online

Purchase your Wyoming AIS Decal Online

Snake River Shuttles – Holly Frank-(307)-690-9390

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